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Tuesday, May 20 • 3:00pm - 3:50pm
Revolution in Virtualized Workload Management - Daniel Veillard, Red Hat

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Traditional management of the software on virtualized workload have been to either install full instance of the operating system on the guest, which means a large footprint and rather complex operations or focuse on creating minimalist instances like with Docker, discarding and regenerating the guest on needed updates. This presentation will expose a new way under development in the Atomic project, where custom minimalist instances of the OS can be provisioned based on the existing full operating system, but tuned to allow Docker installation, and also provide atomic upgrade operation on the guest. This can solve the cost vs. maintenance dilemma of many virtualized workloads.

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Daniel Veillard

Manager for Standards, Red Hat
Daniel Veillard have been working on linux and open source software for two decades, most notably by creating and maintaining the projects libxml2 libxslt and libvirt and as a long time employee of Red Hat. He also created and used to run the rpmfind.net service, to help the management of Linux systems. He is now manager for standards, and also leading a team working on open source communities as part of the Open Source and Standards group at Red... Read More →


Tuesday May 20, 2014 3:00pm - 3:50pm
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